S.J.Res. 34 - A Joint Resolution Providing for Congressional Disapproval Under Chapter 8 of Title 5, United States Code, of the Rule Submitted by the Federal Communications Commission Relating to "Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services".

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A joint resolution providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission relating to "Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services". (by CRS) 
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Senate Vote: On Passage

PASSED on March 23, 2017.

1/2 required to pass

voted YES: 50 voted NO: 48
2 voted present/not voting

A Joint Resolution Providing for Congressional Disapproval Under Chapter 8 of Title 5, United States Code, of the Rule Submitted by the Federal Communications Commission Relating to "Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services".

S.J.Res. 34 — 115th Congress (2017–2018)

Summary
A joint resolution providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission relating to "Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services". (by CRS)
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Title
A joint resolution providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission relating to "Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services".
Other Titles
  • A joint resolution providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission relating to "Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services".
Sponsor
Jeff Flake
Co-Sponsors
Subjects
  • Science, technology, communications
  • Administrative law and regulatory procedures
  • Congressional oversight
  • Consumer affairs
  • Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
  • Internet and video services
  • Marketing and advertising
  • Right of privacy
  • Telephone and wireless communication
Related Bills
Major Actions
Introduced3/07/2017
Referred to Committee
Passed Senate3/23/2017
Passed House3/28/2017
Signed by President4/03/2017
Bill History
Chamber/CommitteeMotionDateResult
currently selectedSenateS.J.Res. 34: A joint resolution providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission relating to “Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other3/23/2017This bill PASSED the Senate
50 voted YES 48 voted NO 2 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseS.J.Res. 34: A joint resolution providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission relating to “Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other3/28/2017This bill PASSED the House
215 voted YES 205 voted NO 10 voted present/not voting
ActionDateDescription
Introduced3/07/2017
3/07/2017Introduced in Senate
3/07/2017Read twice and referred to the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.
Put on a legislative calendar3/15/2017Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 16.
3/15/2017Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation discharged by petition pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 802(c).
3/22/2017Motion to proceed to consideration of measure agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
3/22/2017Measure laid before Senate by motion.
3/23/2017Considered by Senate.
3/23/2017Message on Senate action sent to the House.
3/23/2017Received in the House.
3/23/2017Held at the desk.
currently selectedSenate Vote on Passage3/23/2017S.J.Res. 34: A joint resolution providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission relating to “Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other
3/27/2017Rules Committee Resolution H. Res. 230 Reported to House. Rule provides for consideration of S.J. Res. 34 with 1 hour of general debate. Previous question shall be considered as ordered without intervening motions except motion to recommit with or without instructions. Measure will be considered read. Bill is closed to amendments.
3/28/2017Rule H. Res. 230 passed House.
3/28/2017Considered under the provisions of rule H. Res. 230.
3/28/2017Rule provides for consideration of S.J. Res. 34 with 1 hour of general debate. Previous question shall be considered as ordered without intervening motions except motion to recommit with or without instructions. Measure will be considered read. Bill is closed to amendments.
3/28/2017DEBATE - The House proceeded with one hour of debate on S.J. Res. 34.
3/28/2017The previous question was ordered pursuant to the rule.
3/28/2017POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on S.J.Res. 34, the Chair put the question on passage and by voice vote, announced that the ayes had prevailed. Mr. Doyle demanded the yeas and nays and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of passage until a time to be announced.
3/28/2017Considered as unfinished business.
3/28/2017Motion to reconsider laid on the table Agreed to without objection.
select this voteHouse Vote on Passage3/28/2017S.J.Res. 34: A joint resolution providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission relating to “Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other
Presented to President3/30/2017Presented to President.
Signed4/03/2017Signed by President.
Enacted4/03/2017Became Public Law No: 115-22.
NumberSponsorDate OfferedStatus

Total contributions given to Senators from interest groups that…

38 times as much
$14,205,818
$55,350
$219,616
$953,108
$377,819
$362,426
$1,421,514
$4,504,236
$3,866,453
$25,966,340
$10,650
$66,650
$614,265
$691,565
27 Organizations Support and 12 Oppose; See Which Ones

Organizations that took a position on
A Joint Resolution Providing for Congressional Disapproval Under Chapter 8 of Title 5, United States Code, of the Rule Submitted by the Federal Communications Commission Relating to "Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services".: S.J.Res. 34: A joint resolution providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission relating to “Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other

27 organizations support this bill

American Cable Association
American Cable Association (2017, March 23). ACA Applauds Senate Passage Of Flake Resolution Voiding FCC's Broadband Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 29, 2017, from American Cable Association.
American Commitment
Undersigned organizations (2017, January 26). Free Market Groups Ask Congress to Rescind FCC Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 23, 2017, from Americans for Tax Reform.
American Consumer Institute Center for Citizen Research
Undersigned organizations (2017, January 26). Free Market Groups Ask Congress to Rescind FCC Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 23, 2017, from Americans for Tax Reform.
Americans for Tax Reform
Undersigned organizations (2017, January 26). Free Market Groups Ask Congress to Rescind FCC Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 23, 2017, from Americans for Tax Reform.
AT&T
Quinn, Bob (2017, March 31). Reversing Obama's FCC Regulations: A Path to Consumer-Friendly Privacy Protections. Retrieved April 3, 2017, from AT&T.
Center for Freedom & Prosperity
Undersigned organizations (2017, January 26). Free Market Groups Ask Congress to Rescind FCC Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 23, 2017, from Americans for Tax Reform.
Center for Individual Freedom
Undersigned organizations (2017, January 26). Free Market Groups Ask Congress to Rescind FCC Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 23, 2017, from Americans for Tax Reform.
Competitive Enterprise Institute
Competitive Enterprise Institute (2017, March 23). CEI Applauds CRA Move to Reverse Broadband Privacy Rule. Retrieved March 23, 2017, from Competitive Enterprise Institute.
CompTIA
CompTIA (2017, March 28). CompTIA Commends House Repeal of FCC's Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 29, 2017, from CompTIA.
Consumer Technology Association
Consumer Technology Association (2017, March 8). Sen. Flake’s Resolution Will Eliminate Unnecessary FCC Internet Privacy Regulations, Says CTA. Retrieved March 9, 2017, from Consumer Technology Association.
Council for Citizens Against Government Waste
Schatz, Tom (2017, March 8). Support S. J. Res. 34: Rescind FCC's Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 13, 2017, from Council for Citizens Against Government Waste.
CTIA - The Wireless Association
CTIA (2017, March 23). CTIA Statement on Senate Vote in Favor of CRA Resolution on Broadband Privacy. Retrieved March 27, 2017, from CTIA.
Digital Liberty
Undersigned organizations (2017, January 26). Free Market Groups Ask Congress to Rescind FCC Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 23, 2017, from Americans for Tax Reform.
FreedomWorks
Undersigned organizations (2017, January 26). Free Market Groups Ask Congress to Rescind FCC Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 23, 2017, from Americans for Tax Reform.
Frontiers of Freedom
Undersigned organizations (2017, January 26). Free Market Groups Ask Congress to Rescind FCC Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 23, 2017, from Americans for Tax Reform.
Information Technology Industry Council
Information Technology Industry Council (2017, March 7). ITI Calls on Congress to Repeal FCC Privacy Rule. Retrieved March 9, 2017, from Information Technology Industry Council.
Institute for Policy Innovation
Undersigned organizations (2017, January 26). Free Market Groups Ask Congress to Rescind FCC Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 23, 2017, from Americans for Tax Reform.
John Locke Foundation
Undersigned organizations (2017, January 26). Free Market Groups Ask Congress to Rescind FCC Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 23, 2017, from Americans for Tax Reform.
Less Government
Undersigned organizations (2017, January 26). Free Market Groups Ask Congress to Rescind FCC Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 23, 2017, from Americans for Tax Reform.
National Cable & Telecommunications Association
NCTA (2017, March 28). NCTA Statement Regarding US House Approval of CRA Regarding Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 29, 2017, from NCTA.
National Taxpayers Union
Packard, Clark (2017, March 27). Senate Passes Flake’s Legislation to Strike Down Disastrous FCC Privacy Rule. Retrieved March 27, 2017, from NTU.
Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
Undersigned organizations (2017, January 26). Free Market Groups Ask Congress to Rescind FCC Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 23, 2017, from Americans for Tax Reform.
Taxpayers Protection Alliance
Undersigned organizations (2017, January 26). Free Market Groups Ask Congress to Rescind FCC Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 23, 2017, from Americans for Tax Reform.
TechFreedom
Undersigned organizations (2017, January 26). Free Market Groups Ask Congress to Rescind FCC Privacy Rules. Retrieved March 23, 2017, from Americans for Tax Reform.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Howard, Jack (2017, March 22). Key Vote Letter to Senate Supporting CRA Resolution Repealing FCC Broadband Privacy Rule. Retrieved March 23, 2017, from U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
United States Telecom Association
US Telecom (2017, March 28). Congress Passes Resolution to Create Consistent Consumer Privacy Expectations Across the Internet. Retrieved March 29, 2017, from US Telecom.
Verizon Communications
Zacharia, Karen (2017, March 31). Verizon is committed to your privacy. Retrieved April 3, 2017, from Verizon.

12 organizations oppose this bill

Access Now
Access Now (2017, March 7). Access Now: Internet users deserve privacy. The U.S. Senate shouldn’t sell it away. Retrieved March 9, 2017, from Access Now.
American Civil Liberties Union
Guliani, Neema Singh & Turner, Nathaniel (2017, March 24). The Senate Just Sold Out Your Privacy Online to Corporations Like Comcast. Retrieved March 29, 2017, from ACLU.
Center for Democracy & Technology
Center for Democracy & Technology (2017, March 23). Senate Votes to Strip Privacy Protections from Broadband Users. Retrieved March 29, 2017, from Center for Democracy & Technology.
Common Cause
Common Cause (2017, April 4). Trump Signs Away Consumer Privacy Protections on the Internet. Retrieved April 5, 2017, from Common Cause.
Consumer Action
Consumer Action (2017, March 23). Alas, Senate votes to slam broadband privacy rules. Retrieved March 29, 2017, from Consumer Action.
Consumer Federation of America
Consumer Federation of America (2017, March 8). Senator Flake Moves to Use CRA to Repeal Critically Important Personal Privacy Protections. Retrieved March 9, 2017, from Consumer Federation of America.
Consumers Union
Consumers Union (2017, March 7). CRA on FCC Broadband Privacy Rules is an Attack on Consumer Privacy Rights. Retrieved March 9, 2017, from Consumers Union.
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Gillula, Jeremy, McSherry, Corynne & Tummarello, Kate (2017, March 7). Congress is Trying to Roll Back Internet Privacy Protections As You Read This. Retrieved March 9, 2017, from Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Free Press
Free Press (2017, March 7). Senate Republicans Launch Effort to Let Cable Companies Snoop on People's Private Information. Retrieved March 9, 2017, from Free Press.
National Consumers League
NCL (2017, March 24). Senate vote on broadband privacy threatens consumers’ data security. Retrieved March 27, 2017, from NCL.
Private Internet Access
Chen, Caleb (2017, March 29). Dear Mr. President, you must veto S.J.Res.34, protect #BroadbandPrivacy, and #KeepOurNetFree. Retrieved April 3, 2017, from Private Internet Access.
Public Knowledge
Stella, Shiva (2017, March 7). Public Knowledge Urges Congress to Protect Broadband Privacy in the Digital Era. Retrieved March 9, 2017, from Public Knowledge.

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Includes reported contributions to congressional campaigns of Senators in office on day of vote, from interest groups invested in the vote according to MapLight, November 29, 2010 – November 28, 2016.
Contributions data source: OpenSecrets.org

Contributions by Legislator

Namesort iconPartyState$ From Interest Groups
That Support
$ From Interest Groups
That Oppose
Vote
Andrew Lamar AlexanderRTN$129,278$0Yes
Tammy BaldwinDWI$63,125$4,250No
John BarrassoRWY$129,800$0Yes
Michael F. BennetDCO$169,340$9,200No
Richard BlumenthalDCT$203,350$10,600No
Roy BluntRMO$339,086$6,500Yes
Cory A. BookerDNJ$228,500$39,850No
John BoozmanRAR$112,632$6,400Yes
Sherrod BrownDOH$84,300$12,000No
Richard BurrRNC$248,449$5,200Yes
Maria CantwellDWA$28,610$16,900No
Shelley Moore CapitoRWV$200,174$1,500Yes
Ben CardinDMD$39,729$3,950No
Tom CarperDDE$75,870$2,750No
Bob CaseyDPA$145,700$6,250No
Bill CassidyRLA$423,172$13,000Yes
William Thad CochranRMS$173,600$1,000Yes
Susan M. CollinsRME$110,700$2,000Yes
Christopher A. CoonsDDE$122,550$8,150No
Bob CorkerRTN$111,422$6,000Yes
John CornynRTX$301,448$2,000Yes
Catherine Cortez MastoDNV$71,851$7,330No
Tom CottonRAR$1,415,492$5,100Yes
Mike CrapoRID$84,594$7,200Yes
Ted CruzRTX$1,992,866$4,450Yes
Steve DainesRMT$339,000$1,500Yes
Joe DonnellyDIN$35,950$1,000No
Tammy DuckworthDIL$58,510$19,760No
Dick DurbinDIL$69,975$22,950No
Mike EnziRWY$83,200$0Yes
Joni ErnstRIA$225,460$0Yes
Dianne FeinsteinDCA$78,239$2,500No
Deb FischerRNE$333,971$3,000Yes
Jeff FlakeRAZ$1,457,024$0Yes
Al FrankenDMN$85,639$3,775No
Cory GardnerRCO$700,307$1,000Yes
Kirsten E. GillibrandDNY$136,894$17,800No
Lindsey GrahamRSC$150,788$7,450Yes
Chuck GrassleyRIA$293,054$0Yes
Kamala D. HarrisDCA$83,825$37,375No
Margaret Wood HassanDNH$25,767$5,838No
Orrin G. HatchRUT$159,281$3,750Yes
Martin HeinrichDNM$50,250$1,000No
Heidi HeitkampDND$66,700$1,000No
Dean HellerRNV$341,237$30,050Yes
Mazie K. HironoDHI$71,055$12,850No
John HoevenRND$63,780$0Yes
Jim InhofeROK$107,874$0Yes
Johnny IsaksonRGA$204,995$1,000Not Voting
Ron JohnsonRWI$935,614$0Yes
Tim KaineDVA$127,213$14,750No
John KennedyRLA$37,500$1,000Yes
Angus S. King, Jr.IME$34,000$500No
Amy KlobucharDMN$115,308$0No
James LankfordROK$255,240$1,000Yes
Patrick J. LeahyDVT$112,800$500No
Mike LeeRUT$833,654$24,400Yes
Joe Manchin, IIIDWV$74,466$0No
Ed MarkeyDMA$361,320$13,700No
John McCainRAZ$310,370$9,400Yes
Claire McCaskillDMO$176,373$12,600No
Addison "Mitch" McConnellRKY$658,574$6,000Yes
Bob MenéndezDNJ$136,822$2,500No
Jeff MerkleyDOR$45,025$6,200No
Jerry MoranRKS$142,812$2,250Yes
Lisa MurkowskiRAK$104,143$0Yes
Chris MurphyDCT$108,439$1,750No
Patty MurrayDWA$149,962$24,050No
Clarence "Bill" NelsonDFL$173,409$4,100No
Rand PaulRKY$508,668$6,750Not Voting
David PerdueRGA$314,028$250Yes
Gary C. PetersDMI$66,750$8,500No
Rob PortmanROH$463,850$7,200Yes
John "Jack" ReedDRI$47,500$0No
Jim RischRID$99,937$0Yes
Charles "Pat" RobertsRKS$221,767$1,500Yes
Mike RoundsRSD$152,829$1,000Yes
Marco RubioRFL$1,004,575$7,400Yes
Bernie SandersIVT$5,490$950No
Ben SasseRNE$752,601$2,500Yes
Brian SchatzDHI$194,550$6,600No
Chuck SchumerDNY$156,134$25,700No
Tim ScottRSC$492,560$6,400Yes
Jeanne ShaheenDNH$106,950$6,250No
Richard C. ShelbyRAL$45,700$2,500Yes
Debbie StabenowDMI$68,397$250No
Luther StrangeRAL$0$0Yes
Dan SullivanRAK$680,172$1,000Yes
Jon TesterDMT$112,236$6,000No
John ThuneRSD$465,747$7,500Yes
Thom TillisRNC$319,683$5,450Yes
Patrick J. ToomeyRPA$1,514,517$11,800Yes
Tom UdallDNM$114,350$1,000No
Chris Van HollenDMD$139,490$14,200No
Mark R. WarnerDVA$198,172$8,950No
Elizabeth WarrenDMA$81,117$34,450No
Sheldon WhitehouseDRI$59,508$0No
Roger F. WickerRMS$112,500$0Yes
Ron WydenDOR$96,339$37,487No
Todd YoungRIN$248,766$100Yes

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Legislator Filters
NamePartyState$ From Interest Groups
That Support
$ From Interest Groups
That Oppose
Vote
Andrew Lamar AlexanderRTN$129,278$0Yes
Tammy BaldwinDWI$63,125$4,250No
John BarrassoRWY$129,800$0Yes
Michael F. BennetDCO$169,340$9,200No
Richard BlumenthalDCT$203,350$10,600No
Roy BluntRMO$339,086$6,500Yes
Cory A. BookerDNJ$228,500$39,850No
John BoozmanRAR$112,632$6,400Yes
Sherrod BrownDOH$84,300$12,000No
Richard BurrRNC$248,449$5,200Yes
Maria CantwellDWA$28,610$16,900No
Shelley Moore CapitoRWV$200,174$1,500Yes
Ben CardinDMD$39,729$3,950No
Tom CarperDDE$75,870$2,750No
Bob CaseyDPA$145,700$6,250No
Bill CassidyRLA$423,172$13,000Yes
William Thad CochranRMS$173,600$1,000Yes
Susan M. CollinsRME$110,700$2,000Yes
Christopher A. CoonsDDE$122,550$8,150No
Bob CorkerRTN$111,422$6,000Yes
John CornynRTX$301,448$2,000Yes
Catherine Cortez MastoDNV$71,851$7,330No
Tom CottonRAR$1,415,492$5,100Yes
Mike CrapoRID$84,594$7,200Yes
Ted CruzRTX$1,992,866$4,450Yes
Steve DainesRMT$339,000$1,500Yes
Joe DonnellyDIN$35,950$1,000No
Tammy DuckworthDIL$58,510$19,760No
Dick DurbinDIL$69,975$22,950No
Mike EnziRWY$83,200$0Yes
Joni ErnstRIA$225,460$0Yes
Dianne FeinsteinDCA$78,239$2,500No
Deb FischerRNE$333,971$3,000Yes
Jeff FlakeRAZ$1,457,024$0Yes
Al FrankenDMN$85,639$3,775No
Cory GardnerRCO$700,307$1,000Yes
Kirsten E. GillibrandDNY$136,894$17,800No
Lindsey GrahamRSC$150,788$7,450Yes
Chuck GrassleyRIA$293,054$0Yes
Kamala D. HarrisDCA$83,825$37,375No
Margaret Wood HassanDNH$25,767$5,838No
Orrin G. HatchRUT$159,281$3,750Yes
Martin HeinrichDNM$50,250$1,000No
Heidi HeitkampDND$66,700$1,000No
Dean HellerRNV$341,237$30,050Yes
Mazie K. HironoDHI$71,055$12,850No
John HoevenRND$63,780$0Yes
Jim InhofeROK$107,874$0Yes
Johnny IsaksonRGA$204,995$1,000Not Voting
Ron JohnsonRWI$935,614$0Yes
Tim KaineDVA$127,213$14,750No
John KennedyRLA$37,500$1,000Yes
Angus S. King, Jr.IME$34,000$500No
Amy KlobucharDMN$115,308$0No
James LankfordROK$255,240$1,000Yes
Patrick J. LeahyDVT$112,800$500No
Mike LeeRUT$833,654$24,400Yes
Joe Manchin, IIIDWV$74,466$0No
Ed MarkeyDMA$361,320$13,700No
John McCainRAZ$310,370$9,400Yes
Claire McCaskillDMO$176,373$12,600No
Addison "Mitch" McConnellRKY$658,574$6,000Yes
Bob MenéndezDNJ$136,822$2,500No
Jeff MerkleyDOR$45,025$6,200No
Jerry MoranRKS$142,812$2,250Yes
Lisa MurkowskiRAK$104,143$0Yes
Chris MurphyDCT$108,439$1,750No
Patty MurrayDWA$149,962$24,050No
Clarence "Bill" NelsonDFL$173,409$4,100No
Rand PaulRKY$508,668$6,750Not Voting
David PerdueRGA$314,028$250Yes
Gary C. PetersDMI$66,750$8,500No
Rob PortmanROH$463,850$7,200Yes
John "Jack" ReedDRI$47,500$0No
Jim RischRID$99,937$0Yes
Charles "Pat" RobertsRKS$221,767$1,500Yes
Mike RoundsRSD$152,829$1,000Yes
Marco RubioRFL$1,004,575$7,400Yes
Bernie SandersIVT$5,490$950No
Ben SasseRNE$752,601$2,500Yes
Brian SchatzDHI$194,550$6,600No
Chuck SchumerDNY$156,134$25,700No
Tim ScottRSC$492,560$6,400Yes
Jeanne ShaheenDNH$106,950$6,250No
Richard C. ShelbyRAL$45,700$2,500Yes
Debbie StabenowDMI$68,397$250No
Luther StrangeRAL$0$0Yes
Dan SullivanRAK$680,172$1,000Yes
Jon TesterDMT$112,236$6,000No
John ThuneRSD$465,747$7,500Yes
Thom TillisRNC$319,683$5,450Yes
Patrick J. ToomeyRPA$1,514,517$11,800Yes
Tom UdallDNM$114,350$1,000No
Chris Van HollenDMD$139,490$14,200No
Mark R. WarnerDVA$198,172$8,950No
Elizabeth WarrenDMA$81,117$34,450No
Sheldon WhitehouseDRI$59,508$0No
Roger F. WickerRMS$112,500$0Yes
Ron WydenDOR$96,339$37,487No
Todd YoungRIN$248,766$100Yes

Interest Groups that support this bill

$ Donated
Republican/Conservative$14,205,818
Cable distributors & service providers$4,504,236
Telephone utilities$3,866,453
Electronics manufacturing & services$1,421,514
Computer manufacture & services$953,108
Small business associations$377,819
Chambers of commerce$362,426
Communications & Electronics$219,616
Fiscal & tax policy$55,350

Interest Groups that oppose this bill

$ Donated
Internet & Online Services$614,265
Human Rights$66,650
Consumer groups$10,650
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